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Beaver Creek, MO

Overview

Escape from the hustle and bustle of city-life at Beaver Creek, a small, quiet campground tucked between a forested area and the lower shores of Bull Shoals Lake. The lake, in the beautiful Ozark Mountains, attracts visitors year-round as each season unfolds a new panorama.

Recreation

Hiking, birding, all types of water sports, and in-season hunting are featured attractions.

Spring and fall are the best seasons for fishing, but spotted bass, crappie and similar fish can be sought throughout the year.

Facilities

Beaver Creek hosts 33 campsites with electrical hookups and hot showers. A group shelter, playground and marina are also on-site.

Natural Features

The campground is in south-central Missouri along the Beaver Creek arm of Bull Shoals Lake. …
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Location info

Beaver Creek Drive, Kissee Mills, MO

Amenities

Boating, Camping

Bidwell Point Park, AR

Overview

Bidwell Point is tucked below towering oak and pines on the shores of Norfork Lake. Lay on the beach or take the boat out for water skiing on the easily accessible waters of Norfork Lake.

Recreation

Lake Norfork is home to one of the best striped bass fisheries in Arkansas. Black bass fishing is at its best from September through May, and an increasingly popular sport is night fishing with lights for crappie and White bass.

Facilities

Campers can reserve one of the waterfront sites for continuous, clear views of the lake. The family-friendly campground maintains a large swim beach and a playground.

The sites have electric hookups, as does the group shelter. The group picnic shelter can fit …
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Location info

Bidwell Park Point, Gamaliel, AR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Swimming site

Buck Creek, AR

Overview

Relax in the shaded campsites at Buck Creek, on the Arkansas side of the massive Bull Shoals Lake. Here, there's plenty of opportunities for water sports, hiking and picnicking.

The Peel Ferry, the last remaining state-operated ferry in Arkansas, leaves from Buck Creek. It connects Highway 125 from Arkansas to Missouri for convenient access to the lowers stretches of the lake.

Recreation

Bull Shoals Lake has great appeal to jet skiers, water skiers, fishermen, birders, hikers and those who just want to "get away from it all."

Fall foliage in the area attracts lots of visitors for an annual celebration called the Flaming Fall Revue.

Facilities

All but two of the 38 sites have electric hookups. The campground caters …
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Location info

Arkansas 125, Peel, AR

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Swimming site

Cranfield Park, AR

Overview

Cranfield Park is surrounded by the clear waters of Norfork Lake. It's the closest campground to the city of Mountain Home and offers plenty of pleasing views of the lake from its well-shaded river island sites.

Norfork Lake boasts plenty of secluded coves for water sports and breezy, open stretches for sailing. Including Cranfield, there are 19 developed U.S. Army Corps of Engineers parks lining the lake for plenty of water sport opportunities.

Recreation

Hiking trails in the area lead nature observers and photographers to picturesque overlooks of the Ozarks. A .75-mile nature trail is accessible from the campground.

A wide array of fresh water game fish are found in the lake, which is fed by the North Fork …

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Location info

Cranfield Road, Mountain Home, AR

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Day use area, Swimming site

Dam - Quarry Campground, AR

Overview

Dam Quarry Campground is an angler's paradise. Located in northern Arkansas, just downstream of the Norfork Dam, the campground is renowned for its world-class trout fishing.

The Norfork Lake region was one of the state's first water recreation areas with opportunities like water skiing, canoeing, scuba diving, and of course, fishing.

Recreation

While fishing is the top-rated activity in the lower river area, kayaking, birding and hiking are also very popular.

The public land around Norfork keeps hunters busy with white-tailed deer, wild turkey, squirrel, rabbit and quail.

Facilities

Kids will enjoy the playground and everyone will find fun in the water. A boat ramp is on-site and a marina is located just above the dam. Everything but the …
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Location info

Quarry Park Point, Mountain Home, AR

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Swimming site

Gamaliel Campground, AR

Overview

Gamaliel Campground is conveniently located on the Bennetts Bayou area of Norfork Lake. Most sites are shaded beneath tall trees, while others come equipped with canopies to shade the picnic tables.

Norfork Lake boasts plenty of secluded coves for water sports and breezy, open stretches for sailing. There are 19 well-maintained Army Corps of Engineers parks along the lake for bountiful water sport opportunities.

Recreation

Explore the mile-long nature trail that loops from the campground.

Sailing the open waters makes for an exciting water activity. Scuba diving in the lake is common, attracting divers from neighboring U.S. states.

For visitors interested in fishing, Norfork Lake is stocked annually, and it's not unheard of to catch striped bass over 40 …
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Location info

Fout Road, Gamaliel, AR

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Swimming site

Henderson Park, AR

Overview

Henderson Park is surrounded by the clear waters of Norfork Lake. Spectacular lake views and plenty of secluded coves for water sports and breezy, open stretches for sailing, make Norfork Lake a popular area for recreationists.

Recreation

Hiking trails in the area lead nature observers and photographers to picturesque overlooks of the Ozarks. A wide array of fresh water game fish are found in the lake, which is fed by the North Fork River and its tributaries. Bass, walleye, crappie, bream and catfish all make their home here.

Facilities

The campground offers 36 campsites, all with electric hookups and water available for filling holding tanks. All campsites have a picnic table and campfire ring and grill. A marina and …
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Location info

U.S. 62, Henderson, AR

Amenities

Camping, Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Hotel/lodge/resort privately owned, Day use area, Water sports

Highway 125 Park Bull Shoals, AR

Overview

Enjoy the beautiful scenery overlooking Bull Shoals Lake, known in the area as a water sports paradise.

The park is a departure point for the Peel Ferry, which connects Highway 125 from Arkansas to Missouri. Peel Ferry is Arkansas' last remaining free ferry. It runs year-round and saves drivers a 50-mile journey around the lake.

Recreation

The surplus of water activities keep visitors entertained for many days of vacation. Hiking and birding are also rewarding pastimes here.

Facilities

The 39 campsites are equipped with electric hookups, drinking water and showers. The site has a designated swimming area and marina.

Groups of up to 50 can reserve the group picnic shelter, which is beside the playground.

Natural Features

Blue Shoals …
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Location info

Marina Lane, Peel, AR

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Swimming site

Lakeview Park Campground, AR

Overview

Lakeview Park Campground is located on Bull Shoals Lake. Set in the scenic Ozark Mountains of northern Arkansas and southern Missouri, the lake has hundreds of miles of lake arms and coves perfect for boating, water sports, swimming, fishing and scuba diving.

The lake also appeals to birders, naturalists, hunters and visitors seeking a fun and peaceful place to relax along the water.

Recreation

The lake is a water sports paradise. Marinas offer boat rentals, supplies and guides for hire. Year-round fishing tournaments keep fishermen active as they seek out 12-pound bass and other species ranging from pan fish to walleye. The lake holds several state fishing records and the nearby White River is a premier trout fishery in …
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Location info

Cove Road, Lakeview, AR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site

Lead Hill Campground, AR

Overview

Lead Hill Campground is a splendid, sizable campground with plenty of waterfront sites along the shores of Bull Shoals Lake.

The lake, renowned as a haven for water sports enthusiasts, boasts nearly 1,000 miles of shoreline along the Arkansas and Missouri border.

Recreation

Year-round fishing tournaments keep fishermen active as they seek out 12-pound bass. The lake also attracts birders, naturalists, hikers, scuba divers and those who come for all types of motorboat sports.

Facilities

Most of the 75 campsites have canopies over picnic tables for cooling shade, and each one is equipped with electric hookups. The campground also has two group campsites, a playground, designated swim area and a marina.

Natural Features

Lead Hill is on the Arkansas …
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Location info

Shore Line Drive, Lead Hill, AR

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Swimming site

Robinson Point Campground, AR

Overview

Robinson Point is one of the most popular parks in the central portion of Norfork Lake. The 102 campsites are sprawled across two peninsulas, so waterfront campsites are plentiful.

The hilly lake region is a playground for visitors young and old, with water and land activities galore.

Recreation

Swimming, hiking and all types of boating are favorite pastimes for lake-goers. Coves are ideal for water skiers while the breezy, open areas provide excellent conditions for sailing.

In-season hunting is also popular here.

Facilities

The 25 acres of campground provide many modern conveniences for campers. Sites are equipped with electric hookups and access to flush toilets and showers.

A boat ramp and swim beach offer convenient access to the lake. …
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Location info

Robinson Point Road, Mountain Home, AR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Visitor center, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site

Tucker Hollow Park, AR

Overview

Tucker Hollow, a small 28-campsite park, sits near the upper part of Bull Shoals Lake. There's something for everyone at the region's most popular lake, whether it's a day basking in the sun, jet skiing, fishing or canoeing.

Recreation

Bull Shoals Lake beckons water sports lovers, birders, naturalists and those who simply want an escape from the city. Hiking and in-season hunting are popular land activities here.

Facilities

The campsites have electric hookups, and all sites offer 50 amp service. Two picnic shelters are available, but these do not have electricity. Families will enjoy the swimming beach and the playground.

Natural Features

Bull Shoals Lake is located on the northern edge of central Arkansas. Built in 1951 for flood …
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Location info

State Highway 281, Lead Hill, AR

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Swimming site

Tyler Bend Campground, AR

Overview

Campers will delight in the picturesque river views at Tyler Bend. Located 11 miles northwest of Marshall, Arkansas, Tyler Bend is set on a quiet, peaceful section of the great Buffalo National River. Known as the middle river region, the campground offers tranquil views of the river beside pastures.

Recreation

Small-mouth bass, catfish and sunfish are the most popular fish to catch on the Buffalo River, but visitors should be aware that an Arkansas fishing license is required to fish anywhere on the river.

The middle river location also allows for extended seasons for kayaking and tubing. If there's enough rain, the sports can go through mid to late summer.

Get a dose of history by hiking to the …
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Location info

Searcy 281 Highway, Saint Joe, AR

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Visitor center, Fishing, Photography, Day use area, River trips, Swimming, Canoeing

Buffalo Point Campground, AR

Overview

Buffalo Point is a convenient, fun-filled destination for families and adventurists of all types. It's perched along the Buffalo National River, providing exciting river sports and hiking opportunities. In peak season, a restaurant is open at the facility, serving up meals for those who want a break from preparing them.

Recreation

The wild river is a gathering place for a plethora of water activities. Many campers spend their days fishing, hiking, canoeing, or kayaking. Evenings are ideal for gathering next to the fire to revamp for another great day out on the river.

Facilities

Buffalo Point offers campsites with water, electricity and a pay phone. It's the only area in the park with a restaurant, open daily from Memorial …

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Location info

County Road 648, Yellville, AR

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Visitor center, Wildlife viewing, Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Biking, Day use area, Water sports, Interpretive programs

Blanchard Springs Campgrounds, AR

Seventeen individual campsites and two group sites available.  Water available.  Sewage dump station available.  Sites suitable for smaller RV's and tents.  No electricity or other hook ups.

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Location info

Unnamed Road, Fifty-Six, AR

Amenities

Camping

Ozark Campground, AR

Ozark Campground is a first come, first serve campground in the upper district of the park. Ozark has 31 drive in and tent sites with no electrical amenities, but flush restrooms and water are available from March 15 through November 14.
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County Road 129, Harrison, AR

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Rush Campground, AR

Rush Campground is a first come, first serve campground in the lower district of the park. Rush has 12 tent only sites with no electrical amenities and no flush restrooms. Drinking water is available when fees are collected March 15 - November 14. It is free to camp at Rush in the winter. All sites are limited to 6 people per site and each site is $16 per night. This is a pack in/pack out facility, trash collection is not available.
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Marion County 6035, Flippin, AR

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Spring Creek Campground, AR

Spring Creek Campground is a first come, first serve campground in the lower district of the park. Spring Creek has 12 tent only sites with no electrical amenities, no flush restrooms, and no water.
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Searcy 99 Highway, Harriet, AR

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Carver Campground, AR

Carver is a first come, first serve campground in the upper district of the park. It has 8 tent only sites with potable water, but no electrical amenities. A vault restroom is available. This is a pack in/pack out facility with no trash service.
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Arkansas 123, Western Grove, AR

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